The Whole Bag of Poi

The Whole Bag of Poi speaks to anything and everything Hawaiian...not a dried up bag of poi, if you know what I mean such as the Akaka bill and OHA settlement is a squeezed out bag of poi politicians are telling us to take the deal.... Mahalo, K.

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Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on January 2, 2010 at 10:58am
Hauoli Makahiki Hou Kakou, e Ke Aupuni Moi O Hawaii. o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on December 29, 2009 at 9:09am
Laie Kuleana landowners occupy their ancestral land and burial site

We need people to come this morning 4 am, all day and take a stand with us until tomorrow morning. Where? Kamehameha Highway and Cackle Fresh Store, go mauka a quarter of a mile, you will see the camp. Last night we had an irate woman by the name of Roxie Apuakehau from the Mormon church attempt to stop the posting of our fence. She grabbed the poles and tried to shake and pull it out of the ground. Earlier we picketed in front of the Laie Shopping Center near Hawaii Reserves Incorporated (HRI) the Mormon real property management company after which we chanted "HRI get off our land." Kekela Miller a Hawaiian woman, employee of HRI came and attempted to chant and choked on the words of Kupuna because she knew what HRI is doing to Kuleana landowners is HEWA. Our 'olelo and leo, our Hawaiian words and voices are so KAPU that when we speak the truth they choke on their words. HRI called in their groundkeeping staff all Pacific Islanders to intimidate us but failed while Jace McQuivey, the legal counsel for HRI hid in the office and bobbing back and forth to see what was going on. McQuivey was responsible for Kupuna's being pepper sprayed with the support as high as the Mayor Mufi Hannemann. If you look at Hannemann's history he has been supportive of any developments in Laie by the Mormon entities when he was a council member to his current position and his hopes for the governorship. This is an assault on our Hawaiian people.

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Dawn K. Wasson, Kupuna o Laiewai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on December 6, 2009 at 10:15am
ALOHA Kakou, Happy Holidays to all of you and your Ohana.
Imua Ke Aupuni Moi O Hawaii Nei, o Pomaikaiokalani
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on November 30, 2009 at 9:06am

I'm excited about the Monday Night chats, but I may be on late tomorrow night. Some family stuff going on at the hospital, so you'll have to forgive me. I'll been on as soon as I'm home.

If I could, I'd like to start off with this one thought: How have we, and in what way have we, become too westernized in our thought patterns and points of view.

Comment by Donna Burns on June 26, 2009 at 5:46pm
Yes...I told Pono I would video tomorrow. Not a problem...good to have videos asking people what they think. Always good.

Comment by Kawehi Kanui on June 25, 2009 at 11:03pm
Hi Donna,

Lance and I just home and will be in Honolulu tomorrow. Talked with Pono, who is doing a paid job tomorrow...I told him okay...not to worry. He's hoping you will take pictures or video tape some of it.

Comment by Donna Burns on June 25, 2009 at 10:24pm
Wow Kawehi,
It's like a commentary "blog"...the whole bag of poi. Interesting. I think it might be a good idea to have someone video you on a bunch of different issues, then put them up on you tube, where they can be linked and sent out all over. I wish I knew how to edit...Pono tried, but I failed to learn. Oh well.

Comment by Kawehi Kanui on June 24, 2009 at 5:06pm
Hi and Aloha Everyone,

To all my relations. Aloha Keakua.
For this segment of the Whole Bag of Poi I thought we would talk about what's been happening with the Iran issue and Obama's handling of it. You would hear the Republicans say he wasn't "fast" enough to jump on it before the people were killed and imprisoned.

In my experience and understanding of the history of the US, they have always been fast to take what is not theirs, fast to assume, fast to misrepresent the issues and fast to fear. I believe Obama, the US President acted appropriately and said what needed to be said when he said it. He shouldn't rush to emotions and get caught in a catch 22 with a pie on his face. I think he did the right thing.

Sometimes being careful and sure is a better way to handle this kind of issue when there is so much emotion is all around. The people of Iran should listen to their high leaders or seek Asylum with the US and stop the killings that way. There's alot of people in Iran who want to come to America and they should if that is what people in America would allow.

What I'm trying to say is, Obama now has to be careful when the Iranian people defy the laws of their country, they will get into trouble. It's wrong for the American people and govenrment to get involved in other country's politics. We, are confident that the people of Iran will figure it out and use their heads to defeat the murderers and abusuve people who are called the police. Never the less, we also feel that Obama could not have stopped the murders or abuses, he is in Washington and he is another countries President, not and Iranian by law.

The Republicans need to take a "stand down" position and don't let their fear get the best of them and their emotions that is not needed in this situation.

On another site, John and Kate made eight now they want to split up the family should not be continued in my view. It is the children who will reveal their true feelings about how they feel...maybe costly for them. I wish they would try to get back together because their children are too many at one time and they need a mommy and daddy around always. John and Kate made them, now they must be taken cared of.

The American government does not see the need to intervene. i hope in the Hawaiian Kingdom, we will have people to help bring young people together at all cost...but able to have some freedom, share in the bills and get along with their significant others along with the kids and try to be happy.

That's all for now. Hope to see everyone on Saturday, 27th from 9-1 p.m. for a Peaceful Demonstration to let the military know that they do not qualify to use our lands without our permission and that the US military should not have that kind of power over the laws, constitution and treaty of our country...on our lands.

Look forward to see you all later.

Malama Pono,
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on June 10, 2009 at 7:51am
Chief Tecumseh Brown Eagle of The Erie Indian Moundbuilders Tribal Nation today issued his Tribe's opposition to the proposed Akaka Bill now before the US Congress.
He said:
Native Hawaiians are not American Indians! To label Native Hawaiians as American Indians flies in the face of historical fact, truth, and the rule of law. It also undermines the inherent right of all to retain their national identity. If the national identity of Native Hawaiians can be wiped away with the stroke of a pen then all people everywhere may face the same fate.
For the United States of America to attempt to classify Native Hawaiians as Native American Indians undermines true Native American Indians as well as the United States Consitution that is promulgated upon the rule of law. This bill would continue the horrific history of the violation of its treaties by the US which the US Constitution unequivacably proclaims as the highest law of the land.
To enact the Akaka Bill would continue this abuse of the US Constitution and support the unconscionable illegal overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawai'i in 1893.
All people of sound conscious recognize the blessings of freedom bestowed upon us by The Great Spirit, and confirmed under the United States Consitution and must oppose the Akaka Bill. I urge everyone to contact their US Senator and oppose this legislation.
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on June 8, 2009 at 8:44am
ALOHA Kakou, e Ke Aunpuni Moi O Hawaii,
Today I continue on the Path in Waikiki for the revival of our nation, the Hawaiian Kingdom.
For me, it's a Path that I must take and will bear any and all attempts to stop me. I thank all of you for your Prayers, Mana'o I'o and Kokua.
o Pomaikaiokalani, Sovereign, HPACH

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